strike

[ strahyk ]SEE DEFINITION OF strike

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STRIKE

When I hear a note of music, can I not at once strike its chord?

Very well; bring me what you have at that hour, and we'll strike a trade.

Masses of Asia have awakened to strike off shackles of the past.

I dismounted, and went forward to strike it with a piece of wood.

Better to strike the rear guard than to feather a shaft in the earth.

We are natural enemies; and when your foe is disabled, then is the time to strike.

The woman was about to strike him angrily, when she happened to glance at his face.

A girl of Frederica's age must be childish indeed, if such things do not strike her.

It ain't any trouble, because it's the first land you'll strike the other side of the Atlantic.

If the hunter fires then, over the horn, he will strike the beast's backbone.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR STRIKE

pick

verbbreak into something closed, locked

picked

verbbreak into something closed, locked
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